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The Julian Center, in partnership with the Lawrence police department and Beacon of Hope, are proud to present a community education event: “Bad to the Bone: Pet Abuse, Intimate Partner Violence & Child Abuse” Presented by topical expert: Andrew M. Campbell Founder/CEO, Campbell Research & Consulting Based on Andrew’s analysis of nearly 10,000 police reports from the scene of intimate partner violence incidents occurring in Indianapolis and his recent publications in the Journal of Interpersonal Violence, this presentation will describe…Find out more »
LPD partners with the Beacon of Hope Crisis Center and The Julian Center for this important community presentation about Intimate Partner Violence, Child, and Pet Abuse, including what can be done to help. WHEN: Monday, October 29th – 1pm to 3pm WHERE: Lawrence Police Department (9001 E 59th St Indianapolis, IN 46216) WHO: Professionals and community members working with domestic violence survivors, animals and/or children including law enforcement, advocates, case managers, veterinary staff, shelter staff REGISTRATION: There is no cost…Find out more »
Enjoy an evening of wine, hors d'oeuvres and deep discounts while shopping to benefit The Julian Center. Every purchase helps create a community where every individual is safe and respected Love Your Body has fabulous purses, shoes, jewelry, clothing and wonderful gift item Please feel free to bring a friendFind out more »
The Artist Development Co. will present “The Soul of Christmas” featuring vocalists Blair Clark and Brenda Williams at 7 p.m. Dec. 16 at The Cat, 254 Veterans Way, Carmel. The Soul of Christmas Band will perform with the vocalists, who will sing soulful holiday tunes for all ages. Williams is known for her soulful jazz style and also covers rhythm and blues pieces. Clark is a Carmel singer and vocal coach. This year, Friends Helping Friends Inc., a Carmel nonprofit…Find out more »
Attention fashionistas – The Julian Center is excited to present, “Fare, Flair and Fashion” a fashion event to benefit survivors of domestic and sexual abuse – with special guest Jason Wu! On April 11, a group of community leaders will show off unique and fashionable outfits each has created from donated clothing and accessories they selected from the Julian Center’s thrift store, Thrifty Threads. These budding designers will take the runway before judges representing the best of Indianapolis’ fashion and…Find out more »
The Julian Center is pleased to host the Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence’s (ICADV) Spring/Summer Training event: “Emotional and Behavioral Health First Aid for Trauma Responders and Clients,” presented by Carla Gaff-Clark, Ed.D., LMHC, LCAC. During this training, attendees will practice emotional first-aid on themselves, other attendees and learn methods to assist client and others who are in trauma. The session will focus on assisting others who may be having a panic attack, suffering from depression, contemplating self-harm or substance abuse while at…Find out more »
Fare, Flair and Fashion: The Julian Center Hosts Guest-Judge Jason Wu for Runway Event to Benefit Survivors of Domestic and Sexual Abuse
Indianapolis (March 28, 2019)—Tickets are now on sale for Fare, Flair and Fashion, The Julian Center’s first-ever runway event...
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